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You know you've been reading The Three Musketeers when...

In the name of all that is inked and papery, I felt it necessary to write another literary post to feed this supposedly literary blog of mine. 247 more words


just call me arya stark

Since Game of Thrones is all the rage, Jeff and I have been catching up on the fan favourite television series. Although I don’t love it as much as everyone else, it’s pretty cool – I can mostly stay awake to watch an entire episode. 354 more words


COVER REVEAL: 'Jake Hawking & the Bounty Hunters'

Earlier this week I showed off a preview of the Jake Hawking & the Bounty Hunters cover done by my good buddy Peter Simeti. Well, the front cover is done and it’s time to show it off in all it’s glorious… err… glory. 108 more words


Cosmo Sheldrake - The Moss / Solar (single) (paradYse / Transgressive Records)

Now, here’s a unique little record.

The Moss, along with b-side Solar, is the forthcoming debut single from 24 year-old London-based multi-instrumentalist and producer… 317 more words

Interview with Michael Arnold, author of 'Highwayman: Ironside' & English Civil War Chronicles series

I stumbled across Michael Arnold’s work when I was in search of a new book to read. There’s a plethora of historical fiction out there and plenty of historical adventure, but my first love is the 17th Century. 1,749 more words


75 in '13: Swordspoint

For the fifty-seventh book in the challenge, I read Swordspoint by Ellen Kushner, the first in her World of Riverside series.

This was a different writing style than the last several books I’d read, and it took a while for me to change my mindset to actually accept it without working too hard. 275 more words


Rooster Illusion: ‘The Mask of Zorro’

I can’t remember the first time that I encountered Zorro. Recalling my childhood, I get flashes of Guy Williams and Duncan Regehr. I know I wore the mask and cape for Halloween at least three times. 1,430 more words

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